2019 Brownlow Medal - Who will poll the most votes for each team?

Bets.com.au has taken a look at which players will poll the most votes for their team on Brownlow Medal night.
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Tom Mitchell of the Hawks poses with the 2018 Brownlow Medal (Getty Images)

2019 Brownlow Medal Top Team Betting Tips

The Brownlow Medal is the most prestigious night on the AFL calendar and a massive betting night for the punters.

There's plenty of fanfare around who will top the count but the exotic markets garner a lot of attention, specifically who will top each team's votes.

We've analysed all the teams in the AFL and provided betting tips for each club heading into Monday night's Brownlow Medal count.

Adelaide Most Brownlow Votes

Both Brad and Matt Crouch were the clear standouts for the Crows this year with both brothers averaging more than 30 disposals a game. 

Brad's ability to standout more than his brother should give him the edge here, with no a lot of his teammates putting their hand up to take votes from him.

Most Brownlow votes for Adelaide: Brad Crouch at $1.60 via BetEasy

Brisbane Most Brownlow Votes

Lachie Neale is out of the team voting section given he is a favourite ahead of the overall count, our attention shifts to Dayne Zorko.

The dynamic on-baller was at his prolific best throughout the season, hitting the scoreboard and being among the league leaders in tackles, inside 50s and score assists.

Most Brownlow votes for Brisbane: Dayne Zorko at $1.10 via BetEasy

Carlton Most Brownlow Votes

Sam Walsh put together one of the most impressive debut seasons, averaging almost 30 touches a game as a man turning 19-years-old in July of this year.

Marc Murphy is the top Carlton player outside Patrick Cripps to top the count from Carlton but with Walsh registering more games than the former captain we're backing the number one draft pick.

Most Brownlow votes for Carlton: Dayne Zorko at $1.10 via BetEasy

Collingwood Most Brownlow Votes

Ball magnet Adam Treloar should be leading the votes for the Pies. 

He averaged 33-disposals a game which means he was always in the umpire's eye. Scott Pendlebury and Brodie Grundy will be among the votes but we believe Treloar did enough to topple that pair.

Most Brownlow votes for Collingwood: Adam Treloar at $2.15 via BetEasy
Adam Treloar
Adam Treloar is a Brownlow Medal smokey ahead of Monday night's count (Getty Images)

Essendon Most Brownlow Votes

We’ve got Zach Merrett leading the count for the Bombers. 

The former All-Australian averaged twenty-eight disposals a game and hit the scoreboard with more regularity this season, something he had not previously done.

Most Brownlow votes for Essendon: Zach Merrett at $1.01 via BetEasy

Fremantle Most Brownlow Votes

Michael Walters has stood out for Fremantle throughout a bleak year.

Nat Fyfe has been removed from the market due to the fact he might win it, and Walters is the best candidate to top the count for the Dockers outside of him. Walters kicked plenty of goals and was able to post career-high numbers in both disposals and tackles.

Most Brownlow votes for Fremantle: Michael Walters at $1.15 via BetEasy

Gold Coast Most Brownlow Votes

Brayden Fiorini should be winning the Suns count. 

He averaged twenty-five disposals a game this season and started the year off brilliantly. In a hapless Sun's side he should do enough to win the count. 

Most Brownlow votes for Fremantle: Brayden Fiorini at $2.10 via BetEasy

Geelong Most Brownlow Votes

Patrick Dangerfield is the Brownlow Medal favourite, and he will be winning the Cats count easily. 

He averaged twenty-seven disposals a game, whilst kicking twenty-six goals. He looks likely to become a dual Brownlow Medallist. 

Most Brownlow votes for Geelong: Patrick Dangerfield at $1.08 via BetEasy
Patrick Dangerfield
It wouldn't surprise to see Dangerfield claim a second Brownlow on Monday night (Getty Images)

GWS Most Brownlow Votes

Even though he missed a large part of the season, we have Stephen Coniglio winning the Giants count. 

He averaged twenty-six disposals a game and kicked fifteen goals. He would have arguably won it if he played a whole season. 

Most Brownlow votes for GWS: Stephen Coniglio at $2.10 via BetEasy

Hawthorn Most Brownlow Votes

James Worpel had a sensational back-end to the season for the Hawks which should see him winning their count. 

He had above thirty-two disposals five times in the last seven rounds which generally equates to a few three-vote games. 

Most Brownlow votes for Hawthorn: James Worpel at $2.05 via BetEasy

Melbourne Most Brownlow Votes

Max Gawn should be winning the Demons count pretty easily. He averaged eighteen disposals in 2019, which is supreme for a ruckman. 

The Demons finished 17th in 2019 and didn’t get a lot of influence from their leaders which plays into Gawn's favour heading into Monday's count.

Most Brownlow votes for Melbourne: Max Gawn at $1.25 via BetEasy

North Melbourne Most Brownlow Votes

Shaun Higgins is one of the most underrated players in the competition, but not by the umpires. 

He has polled very well in recent years and he averaged twenty-eight disposals again in 2019. 

Most Brownlow votes for North Melbourne: Shaun Higgins at $1.65 via BetEasy

Port Adelaide Most Brownlow Votes

Travis Boak is expected to be a contender for the medal, but finding a second-best is tough.

Match-winner Robbie Gray didn't have his best year but he was still dynamic, averaging almost a goal and a half per game. Gray had a number of game-defining performances which would have ensured he caught the umpire's glaze.

Most Brownlow votes for Port Adelaide: Robbie Gray at $1.80 via BetEasy
Robbie Gray
Robbie Gray won a number of games off his own boot this season (Getty Images)

Richmond Most Brownlow Votes

Former Sun Dion Prestia has delivered his most consistent season since arriving at Punt Road.

Delivering career highs in inside 50s, tackles and disposals, Prestia is the man that should finish second to Dustin Martin in the voting.

Most Brownlow votes for Richmond: Robbie Gray at $1.80 via BetEasy

St Kilda Most Brownlow Votes

Jack Billings finally lived up to the hype in season 2019, averaging twenty-five disposals a game and going at a career high kicking efficiency. In a dark year for the Saints, Billings was a shining light. 

Most Brownlow votes for St Kilda: Jack Billings at $1.18 via BetEasy

Sydney Most Brownlow Votes

Veteran Luke Parker will again top the Swans count on Monday night. 

He averaged twenty-five disposals a game again in 2019 and was a contested ball king ranking 19th in the competition for contested possessions. 

Most Brownlow votes for Sydney: Luke Parker at $1.10 via BetEasy

West Coast Most Brownlow Votes

We’ve gone for Dom Sheed here at a very good price. 

Sheed averaged twenty-six disposals a game in 2019 and garnered plenty of attention following his Grand Final heroics from the year before.

Most Brownlow votes for West Coast: Dom Sheed at $9 via BetEasy

Western Bulldogs Most Brownlow Votes

Jack Macrae is the very definition of a ball magnet and he will go close to winning the Brownlow on Monday. 

He ranked first in disposals per game in 2019, averaging a 33 per game. Not only that, but his influence was profound, propelling the Dogs to an unlikely finals berth. 

Most Brownlow votes for the Western Bulldogs: Jack Macrae at $4.25 via BetEasy

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